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(317) 233-7351(317) 233-7351
(317) 233-7750

Program Overview

A certified nurse aide is a person who works primarily in long term care (nursing homes) assisting residents with activities of daily living under the supervision of a nurse.

The ISDH Certified Nurse Aide Registration Program ensures that certified nurse aides meet the qualifications for a certified nurse aide and are appropriately registered on the Aide Registry.

Indiana State Department of Health
Division of Long Term Care
2 N Meridian Street, Section 4B
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Phone: (317) 233-7351
FAX: (317) 233-7750

The Division of Health Care Quality is responsible for the training and testing program for CNAs and for the CNA Registry.

To work as a certified nursing assistant (CNA) in a nursing home in the State of Delaware, either as facility staff or as contract/agency staff, individuals must meet the CNA requirements given in the State of Delaware law and regulations. The requirements include taking required training in an approved program and passing a test.

Individuals who are shown to be competent are placed on the CNA Registry. The certification as a CNA must be renewed every 24 months. Skilled nursing facilities and nursing facilities (intermediate care facilities) can only hire CNAs who are on Delaware’s CNA Registry, in good standing.

DE Dept. of Health and Social Services
Div. Long Term Care Residents Protection
3 Mill Road, Suite 308
Wilmington, DE 19806
Phone: (302) 577-6666
Verification: (302) 577-6666
Online Registry: Managed by D&S Diversified, Headmaster, LLP

Although we found a link for verification, we could not find a working link for the Registry.

Should you know where this is,please let us know! Thank you!

NH Board of Nursing
21 South Fruit Street, Suite 16
Concord, NH 03301-2431
Phone: (603) 271-6282 or
(603) 271-2323
Verification: (603) 271-6599
FAX: (603) 271-6605

Protecting the Health of All Californians

The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) works to protect the public’s health in the Golden State and helps shape positive health outcomes for individuals, families and communities. The Department’s programs and services, implemented in collaboration with local health departments and state, federal and private partners, touch the lives of every Californian and visitor to the state 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Our Shared Vision

CDPH public health professionals, researchers, scientists, doctors, nurses, and other staff­ members have a shared vision to protect and improve the health of all Californians. We are dedicated to public service and passionate about our work and the people and communities we serve and protect.

CNA/HHA/CHT Certification Unit
Licensing & Certification Program
ATCS-MS 3301
P.O. Box 997416
1615 Capitol Avenue
Sacramento, CA 95899-7416
Phone: (916) 327-2445
Fax: (916) 552-8785

Read More Here > https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Pages/CDPHHome.aspx

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(703) 281-4043(703) 281-4043
(703) 359-7562

The American Association of Healthcare Administrative Management (AAHAM) is the premier professional organization in healthcare administrative management. Your one-stop resource center for information, education and advocacy in the areas of reimbursement, admitting and registration, data management, medical records, patient relations and so much more.

AAHAM was founded in 1968 as the American Guild of Patient Account Management. Initially formed to serve the interests of hospital patient account managers, AAHAM has evolved into a national membership association that represents a broad-based constituency of healthcare professionals.

The Health Care Worker Registry lists individuals with a background check conducted pursuant to the Health Care Worker Background Check Act (225 ILCS 46). It shows training information for certified nursing assistants (CNA) and other health care workers. Additionally, it displays administrative findings of abuse, neglect or misappropriations of property. It is maintained by the Department of Public Health.

IL Dept. of Public Health
Education & Training Section
525 W. Jefferson Street
Springfield, IL 62761
Phone: (217) 785-5133
Verification: (217) 782-3070
FAX: (217) 524-0137

If you have any additional questions, please contact the Connecticut Nurse’s Aide Registry at:

 

Department of Public Health

410 Capitol Avenue, MS#12APP

Hartford, CT 06134

(860) 509-7603 Press Option#1

dph.nurseaide@ct.gov

To contact Prometric:

Prometric
CT Nurse Aide
7941 Corporate Dr.
Nottingham MD 21236
Phone: 866.499.7485

About Us

The Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) is the primary state health agency for the state of Alabama.

Mission Statement

The mission of the Alabama Department of Public Health is to promote, protect, and improve the health of individuals and communities of Alabama.

Vision Statement

The Alabama Department of Public Health will lead the state in assuring the health of Alabamians by promoting healthy, safe, prepared, and informed communities.

Authority

Alabama law designates the State Board of Health as an advisory board to the state in all medical matters, matters of sanitation, and public health. The Medical Association, which meets annually, is the State Board of Health. The State Committee of Public Health meets monthly between the annual meetings and is authorized to act on behalf of the State Board of Health. The
State Health Officer is empowered to act on behalf of the State Committee of Public Health when the committee is not in session.

More than 135 years ago, medical leaders in Alabama advocated constitutional authority to oversee matters of public health. The purpose of the authority was to develop a system of hygiene to preserve and prolong life; to plan an educational program for all people on the rules which govern a healthful existence; and to determine a way for enforcing health laws for the welfare of all people.


Nurse Aide Registry Coordinator
Suniaja Smith, ASA

Phone: (334) 206-5169
E-mail: NARCorrespondence@adph.state.al.us

The Florida Board of Nursing licenses, monitors, disciplines, educates and, when appropriate, rehabilitates its licensees to assure their fitness and competence in providing health care services for the people of Florida. The sole legislative purpose in enacting the Nurse Practice Act is to ensure that every nurse practicing in Florida meets minimum requirements for safe practice. It is the legislative intent that nurses who fall below minimum competency or who otherwise present a danger to the public shall be prohibited from practicing in the State of Florida.

Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) by Examination
Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) Renewals

Florida Department of Health

Customer Contact Center
Monday – Friday
8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. ET
(850) 488-0595

MQA/CNA Program
4052 Bald Cypress Way, BIN # C13
Tallahassee, FL 32399-3252
Phone: (850) 245-4567
FAX: (850) 245-4172

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ARMA was incorporated on September 22, 1950 by the originators who were Registered Nurses and assistants in local medical offices, hence the title “Registered” applies to our members. We are registered with the Federal Government, Washington, DC, and have been designated a non-profit organization.

Being a national registry, we are represented in every state, including corpsmen and medics in military service hospitals and clinics, and currently have a membership in the many thousands. We are not an employment agency, training center or a school operating for profit, but rather an organization whose purpose is to advance the status and professionalism of the Medical Assistant. Our members are represented in many areas within the medical allied health professions.

We are now seeing the results of our efforts in that many medical facilities now require registration (certification) prior to hiring new employees. This is manifesting itself into upgrading the “Medical Assistant” as a true professional as well as upgrading her/his salary scale.

The many schools and colleges with whom we are affiliated incorporate their students’ registration with their graduation exercises.

Currently, the requirement for annual renewal is the accumulation of a minimum of 12 Continuing Educational Activities – equivalent to learning, or attendance in some area within the medical field – to maintain one’s proficiency and professionalism.

Since, as stated earlier, many of our members are certified in other areas within the medical profession and are required by those organizations to obtain CEU’s to comply, we may accept those acquired to satisfy our requirements.

We are always on the lookout for additional areas, which may assist our members to a better way of life while keeping our fees as low as possible.

The Registry is an independent organization in no way connected to other medical assisting certifying agencies or organizations. We operate with a Board of Directors of which the Director and Executive Secretary are the primary officers involved in the day-to-day operation of the office. Work performed by all Board Members is done without remuneration.

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